nurbs (nurbs@pacbell.net)
Mon, 04 Sep 2000 12:24:04 +0100


Well add some some new composites and ceramic materials to the mix, and you got a
mech, I personally think mechs wouldnt have metal armor covering, but a composite
layers instead...

Richie Ramos wrote:

> >Also the size of a scopedog from votoms. I honestly believe you could build
> >one of those things. The PRS\muscle cylinders aren't really that far out, and
> >if you could develop something like that you could probably power the whole
> >thing with an internal combustion engine and batteries. (Ala, Heavy Gear)
> >
> >---Brett Jensen
>
> hmmm. myomer muscles are a reality, and high efficiency elctromagnetic
> disc motors are also. add to that micrcircuits, efficient batteries and
> engines, coupled with light weight smart weapons and computer
> systems...gee....
>
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